Teach English in Bangkok, Thailand

Date posted:2008-07-07 | Writer: Sarasas Nimitmai School | Email: [email protected]

Sarasas Affiliated Bilingual Schools are privately owned Catholic Co-educational schools. Our student body spans from Kindergarten to Secondary classes. Our schools are not International schools. Our schools follow a bilingual approach, based on the Thai government curriculum and a school based English curriculum, which is still under development and is a constantly changing document. Therefore teachers must use their ingenuity in developing units of work. Each class has a maximum of 36 students, located in their own classroom under the supervision of their Thai class teacher. English lessons take place in the fan cooled ordinary classroom or sometimes in air conditioned English rooms. The normal classrooms have fans. The duty of a foreign teacher includes lessons taught in the medium of English, unit preparation, book marking, duty on a roster basis, attendance at seminars, camps, school functions, exams & reporting.

We are looking for native English speaking TEFL qualified teachers to join our team in MinBuri, 30 minutes from the new Suvarnabhumi Bangkok Airport. It is important that applicants are flexible team players, who are patient and tolerant of others. Salary according to qualifications and experience. Other benefits include furnished accommodation and daily transport to and from school.

For more information, or to apply, please contact the e-mail address given on the job heading page.

Below you can read feedback from an ITTT graduate regarding one section of their online TEFL certification course. Each of our online courses is broken down into concise units that focus on specific areas of English language teaching.


Unit 2 Learning and development theories I learned from this unit about the general theories and development of the students into immaturity to maturity in the classroom. And then this unit tackle about the class arrangement and I learned that you have many roles in the classroom you need have to be policeman when they have trouble in the classroom or even psychologist to help you students what is their problem outside.A teacher's attitude going into a lesson sets the tone, mood and student's level of reception. When a teacher appears closed off and impatient, it disengages the students and may lead to the students not being receptive to the teacher and his instruction. A teacher needs to engage his students by smiling, being patient and giving clear direction and examples (modeling) prior to any expected activity from the students.